A competition entry for the entrance to Milan train station, Pancinema is a cylindrical diffuse glass screen on which the daily life of the city is projected at various scales.
A series of panoramic cameras are located throughout milan, pointed at the sky, at people in front of the train station, at trees and from the tallest building. Their output is continuously streamed to the server which then stores them chronologically.
These panoramic image feeds are collaged and shown on a giant glass cylinder in front of milan train station, so forming a memory of the city that starts at the inauguration of the sculpture.
The archived images are played as continuous time-lapse movies on the glass cylinder. The circular balustrade acts as in interface, each section of which marks a period of time past.